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Fairy Tale Story Rubric

Student Check List


Check through the following list and make sure you have done everything that is listed.
If you
think you
have done
this, check
the boxes
below.

Things to make sure you have done.

My story has at least 2 characters.


My story has a setting. (A place where everything happens.)
My character(s) have to solve a problem.
My story has a beginning, middle and end.
My story has at least 4 pages.
I have checked that I have complete sentences.
I have checked my capitals and periods for each sentence.
I have a Title page, and an illustration for each page.

For the teacher to write on:


English Language Arts
4
Story has a
chronological
cause and effect
story arc that is
logical and
follows the
progression of
the Plot Chart.
Elements of
storytelling are
clear and easy to
identify. These
elements are:
introduction,
rising action,

3
Story has a
chorological
cause and effect
story arc that is
clear and
adequately
follows the Plot
Chart.
Elements of
storytelling are
identifiable, and
include all or
most of the
following:
introduction,

2
Story has a
chorological
story arc, which
loosely follows
the Plot Chart.

1
Story has a
distracted story
arc, which
resembles the
Plot Chart.

Incomplete
No assignment
submitted.

Elements of
storytelling are
present and
include some or
most of the
following
elements:

Elements of
storytelling are
present and
include a few of
the following
elements:
introduction,

No assignment
submitted.

climax, falling
action,
conclusion,
characters and
setting.

Pages of text
include; full and
detailed
paragraphs,
complete
sentences, and
the correct use of
capitals and
punctuation.
/12

rising action,
climax, falling
action,
conclusion,
characters, and
setting.

introduction,
rising action,
climax, falling
action,
conclusion,
characters, and
setting.
Text includes full Text has
paragraphs and
adequate
completed
paragraphs and
sentences with
sentences. There
few grammatical are some
errors.
grammatical
errors.

rising action,
climax, falling
action,
conclusion,
characters, and
setting.

3
Illustrations
support the
narrative of the
story and relate
to the images
created in the
text.

2
Illustrations
relate to the
narrative of the
story and
resemble images
created in the
text.

1
Incomplete
Illustrations vary No assignment
from the text in
submitted.
both imagery and
narrative.

Illustrations
display an
understanding of
depth by
displaying some
differences
between
foreground and
back ground.
This is displayed
through adequate
use of techniques
such as

Illustrations
display a basic
understanding of
depth by
displaying a few
differences
between
foreground and
background. The
illustrations
show the use of
some techniques
such as

Illustrations are
No assignment
present, but lack submitted.
an element of
depth. The use of
techniques of
comparative size,
details and
colours are
missing overall.

Text is short and


has sentence
errors.
Grammatical
errors are
frequent.

No assignment
submitted.

Art
4
Illustrations
support the
narrative of the
story and
accurately depict
the images
created in the
text.
Illustrations
clearly display
the students
understanding of
depth by
displaying the
differences
between
foreground and
background. This
is accomplished
through the use
of techniques,

such as
comparative size, comparative size,
comparative size, details, and
details, and
details and
colours.
colours.
colours.
/8
TOTAL:

/20